Military & Defence
Defence is the most secure industry in the world, and yet military organisations are witnessing considerable change. As the sector embraces new working practices and technologies that better enable collaboration between departments and networks, these changes have created a catch-22 situation. With the rise of BYOD, collaboration and cloud computing, today it is more difficult than ever to control and regulate information sharing, creating an urgent need for more comprehensive information governance.
This is where Clearswift can help. Our no compromise, military-grade specialist security goes further than standard policies to safeguard data both inside and outside the organisation. Clearswift’s military customers rely on our customised, policy-based deep content inspection (DCI) technology to ensure safe transfer of highly sensitive data between secure internal networks and external collaborators.
We recognise that IT security is about so much more than inbound threats: it’s about facilitating the safe, effective and productive two-way sharing of information. Clearswift is uniquely placed to enable the world’s most regulated and privacy-conscious organisations to focus on communication without compromising on security.Clearswift was a Gold Sponsor at the recent NIAS 2012, the premier NATO Information Assurance and Cyber Defence event, which took place between 11-13 September 2012.
Clearswift, trusted by Defence organisations across the globe.
Clearswift provides leading enterprise-class content inspection among email and web security vendors. BAE Systems’ Cybersecurity Products group has been partnering with Clearswift for several years. Their strong content security engine is a key feature of BAE’s best-in-class NephronMaxx™ and cross-domain solutions.
William C. Mabon Director, Cybersecurity Product Portfolio Intelligence and Security, BAE Systems, Inc.
Content protection is critical to our industry. Clearswift enables the enforcement of our specific security policies across the organisation, allowing us to meet our set security standard requirements and protect the integrity of our data.
Lieutenant-Colonel Franck Lafont DIRISI, French Ministry of Defence